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95 chevy camaro with pass key will not start. Replaced key and it started. Later it did not start. What's going on? What are some things to try?

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If it's the same as the VATS system in my 86 Corvette (resistor pellet in key) the ignition switch might need to be replaced. The contacts on the key wore low, replacing the key helped for a short time but the new contacts wore the switch down faster then it too needed to be replaced. $200!

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95 chevy camaro with pass key will not start. Security light goes on.

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